Man charged with robbing drug store, carjacking priest in South Jersey

Authorities say the man suspected of carjacking a priest after robbing a southern New Jersey drugstore last month is behind bars.

Haddonfield police say 27-year-old Donald Hart, of Mantua, was arrested Tuesday in Cherry Hill.

Police say a suspect carrying a traffic cone and wearing a long yellow rain jacket, a yellow reflective vest with a black mask, a hooded sweatshirt and a white hardhat stole prescription drugs at gunpoint from the Rite Aid on June 16.

Police say he then carjacked a priest before abandoning the vehicle a block away.

Authorities have charged Hart with robbery, carjacking, aggravated assault and weapons offenses. He is held in the Camden County Jail on $315,000 bail.

It is not clear if he has a lawyer who can comment on the charges.

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